The best way to commute while staying in Barcelona

Newsprint has been flush with the news that it is far cheaper to stay and commute in Barcelona than stay in London where the rent is way out of reach for the average worker in Europe. Part of the reason why it is cheaper to stay in Barcelona is because of its very well developed transport system. There are 5 major ways you can commute in Barcelona.

La Isabela Terrace in Hotel 1898

How would you love to inspect the beautiful Barcelona from a vantage point? Welcome to the La Isabela Terrace, a rooftop bar located in the larger Hotel 1898.

5 Things You Need to Know About Puerto Banus

That it is the largest tourist magnet to the region is not in doubt, having recorded a whopping 5 million tourists every year for the last one decade. The Marina was constructed using Mediterranean style and boasts expensive shopping malls, restaurants and bars around the marina.

Expand Your Horizon on a Scenic Drive on the Pyrenees Alps in Andorra

Andorra is a landlocked country in southwestern Europe. It is strategically nestled on the east side of the Pyrenees Alps Mountains and bordered by France and Spain. It also happens to be one of the most visited travel destinations in Europe with more than 10.2 million visitors gracing its beautiful valleys every year.

Doñana National Park

Very few parks in Europe can match this park’s significance to the conservation efforts around the world.

The Awesome Garajonay National Park

The Garajonay National Park is mainly covered by Laurel forest (70% of the park). The beautiful park is located in the heart of an equally beautiful island known as La Gomera. La Gomera is part of the larger Canary Islands archipelago.

360 terraceº in Hotel Barcelo Raval

Enter Hotel Barcelo Raval in Barcelona and therein you will find one of the hidden gem of Catalonia. Its name is 360 terraceº. This is your chance to get a 360 degrees view of Barcelona over some crispy cocktails and/or wines. The hotel is located on Rambla del Raval 17-21, 08001 Barcelona, Spain.

Alto Douro Wine Region

The Portuguese region of Alto Douro has produced wine for 2 millennia. Its landscape is an outstanding example of human activities. The landscape showcases a representation of activities that are involved in winemaking. These include; terraces, chapels, roads, villages and the wine producing farm complexes known as ‘quintas’.

Ten best places to eat in Barcelona

Just the thought of savoring the best Spanish food will make your mouth water with anticipation. If you are traveling to Spain, you must visit Barcelona, one of the food capitals of the world. The city has 4 Michelin two-star and 18 Michelin one-star restaurants! The city is truly a foodie’s haven!

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